Employment Equality Decisions Issued in November 2014Posted in : 2014 on 1 December 2014
Bernadette Treanor writes:
Employment Equality Decisions published in November 2014 Reviewed
1. The first case, DEC-E2014-067 was not upheld but will be of interest to many because it describes a successful defence of an alleged failure to provide reasonable accommodation in a manufacturing environment.
2. The second case, DEC-E2014-069, also considers reasonable accommodation. It was taken by a Speed Monitoring/Surveying Operator whose speed survey van was set alight after having petrol thrown on it while he was in it. The complainant suffered severe psychological injury as a result of the attack. He was dismissed when he informed the occupational health person that he would never go back
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